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Masonry International is the main publication of the International Masonry Society and is normally published three times each year.

It has a Journal section containing original papers on research and practice, and a Bulletin including papers and reviews of a more practical nature. It also contains news items, notices of meetings, book reviews and issues concerning legislation and International Standards.

Each member receives Masonry International free of charge. Corporate members receive two copies.


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